Intermediate is a prerequisite level for entering into university level and along with that it marks the completion of intermediate level. Hence, it can be categorized as the final of the examination tournament. In Pakistan, it is also categorized as Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC). It is the first national level exam in the country that students have to undertake at college level in order to progress to the next level. Similar to the other boards of Punjab, Multan Board has also made it clear that BISE Multan Board Inter Result 2020 will be announced in the month of September. The result will be viewable to all the students of the BISE Multan Board but it will be available online through the official website of the BISE Multan. Later on, it can be obtained in hard copy as well. The educational boards are announcing the result on the same days from last few years and same practice is expected to follow. The position holders are to be declared in a prize distribution ceremony which is scheduled a day before the result declaration day.
Currently, the students of BISE Multan Board are extremely excited as their intermediate examination has been conducted successfully. This excitement level is owing to two main reasons, firstly, it is a definite reason as students are happy due to completion of their examination. Secondly, they are now waiting for the result. The successful passing out of the students in inter results in their entrance towards higher education. The next level after the intermediate is university education, whereas, intermediate is termed as Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) and university as Higher Education. The terms of matriculation and intermediate exams is being extracted since the times of British rule in the subcontinent. Although, Britain itself has replaced it with Ordinary Level (O Levels) Examinations and Advanced Level (A Levels) Examinations. The same terms are however, used in Cambridge Examination in Pakistan.
BISE Multan Board is one of the most important educational boards of Punjab as it is an avenue of education for the students of South Punjab. At the time of getting independence, BISE Lahore Board was the only educational body providing services for this region, whereas, BISE Multan and BISE Sargodha were formulated in 1968. BISE Multan Board is currently being administered under the Punjab Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act, 1976. Initially, it was being constituted under West Pakistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance, 1968. The first office of BISE Multan Board was in the governmental central training college at Lahore. In the mid of June, 1968; the headquarters of BISE Multan Board was established in the city itself.
The jurisdictions included Multan, Bahawalpur, Quetta, Kalat and DG Khan. However, the Quetta and Kalat Board started their separate operations a year later. The administration of Bahawalpur and DG Khan were also differentiated as BISE Bahawalpur was formulated in 1978 and BISE DG Khan in 1982. Currently, BISE Multan Board has its jurisdictions over Multan, Lodhran, Vehari and Khanewal. BISE Multan Board has 15 members among its Board of Governors (BOGs) including the Chairman of BISE Multan. The board is an autonomous body and operates without obtaining or asking for any funds from the public in shape of charity or government as grants or aid. BISE Multan Board is a professional institute and generates funds on its own which is in the shape of levy of examinations and other fees charged from the students and institutes.
The current educational system of Pakistan is diverse and large as the country is resident to different linguistics and cultures. Pakistan has its borders with Afghanistan and Iran in the north and west. China is present at the north east and India to the east. The country is also associated with water through its southern region which connects the country with Arabian Sea. The educational system is divided into six different levels, preschool, primary school, middle school, high school, intermediate and higher education. Preschool covers the students from age 3 – 5, primary school includes grades 1 – 5, middle school includes grades 6 – 8, and high school includes the matriculation level. The intermediate is a two years’ study after matriculation and lastly, higher education is undertaken at university level including undergraduate, graduate and post graduate programs. For all the latest updates related to BISE Multan Board Inter Result 2020, keep visiting our website.